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obama and outwits bob schieffer. will he be the g.o.p.'s v.p. nominee? bernie goldberg, brit hume and i will analyze. >> the current administration campaigned on a pledge of hope and change. they delivered economic misery. >> texas governor rick perry looks like he will run for president. how will that shake up the republican ranks? juan and mary katharine are investigating. >> president obama, you have been a big supporter. >> i'm going to vote for him for his re-election in 2012. >> a bevy of hold stars once again funneling big money at the president's campaign. we will run down the list. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the future of the country hangs on the debt debate. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. on paper, the debt thing is boring. and many americans aren't paying attention. but the controversy will define the future of the u.s.a. on one side, president obama, the democratic party, want america to become
: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. well, it is one week and counting to august 2. today the president says the government will run out of money and, among other things, will have to stop sending out social security checks. yet, after weeks of wrangling and prime time speeches last night by the president and republican speaker john boehner, today congress and the white house seemed further apart than ever in finding a solution. a top conservative in the house said there were not enough republican votes there to pass boehner's republican plan let alone the democrats. we begin tonight again with nancy cordes at the capitol. nancy? >> reporter: bob, good evening to you. to no one's surprised here on capitol hill, the president's calls for a swift compromise to end this mess have fallen on deaf ears here and leaders from both sides are still clinging to their own plans even though it's not clear either plan can pass. >> congressman alan west's office. >> can i get the name and town you're from? >> reporter: the capitol hill switch board got overloaded today. >> right n
" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening. scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. president obama has asked the networks for time to address the nation on the debt crisis tonight. cbs will carry the address and the response by republican speaker john boehner at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. the president's request came after congress and the white house sank deeper into gridlock over how to prevent the government from defaulting on its financial obligations. we have three reports tonight. we began at the white house with nora o'donnell. nora. >> good evening, bob. tonight president obama will address the nation in a rare prime time address. only the 7th since taking office. the goal, say his advisors, is to rally the american people to urge their legislators to seek compromise. the president will talk about tonight how there is a legislative stalemate. one republican bill in the house, a democratic bill in the senate. today the president backed that democratic bill in the senate. he called it a reasonable compromise. you know, it's interesting. on that democratic plan in the senate it propo
this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. well, there are two big stories in the news tonight, that explosion in oslo, and in washington late developments in the argument over how to find a way to cut the federal budget and raise the debt ceiling. we're going to begin with that story tonight. republican house speaker john boehner now says he is done negotiating with the president and will try to deal directly with senate leaders. within minutes after saying that the president came to the white house briefing room to say boehner was taking the wrong tack. >> i was willing to take a lot of heat from my party and i spoke to democratic leaders yesterday, and although they didn't sign off on a plan, they were willing to engage in serious negotiations, despite a lot of heat from a lot of interest groups around the country, in order to make sure that we actually dealt with this problem. >> schieffer: the president went on to say that speaker boehner would not return his phone call and he asked congressional leaders from b
it just might be the pathway out of this huge mess, bob. >> schieffer: okay, nancy. "bizarreo" now a part conversation. there was another brazen attack today in kandahar, the key city to the war effort in southern afghanistan. the city's mayor was assassinated by a suicide bomber who hit a bomb-- hid a bomb in his turbin. cbs news correspondent mandy clark interviewed the mayor when she was in kandahar and included him in a story about an american soldier who is playing an unusual role there. here's her report. >> reporter: jim crawford may not look like it, but he's a u.s. army major, part of a program called "afghan hands," designed to mentor government officials. >> hey, how's it going? >> how you been? >> good, good. >> reporter: to break down barriers he wears local clothing and a full beard, mike most afghan men. when we visited kandahar earlier this month, crawford was anxious to introduce us to the city's mayor, ghulam haider hamidi. >> there are a lot of good afghans here working and working very hard and risking their life. he's one of them. so the people here are really lucky t
washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. we start with white house chief of staff william daley. mr. daly, the republican speaker john boehner now seems to be thinking of a two-part plan here. first congress would agree to cut spending over the next ten years by a trillion dollars and raise the debt limit enough to meet the country's financial obligations for the end of the year. then a 12-person bipartisan committee would be formed to find $3 trillion more in savings and making significant cuts in medicare and social security and overhauling the tax code. congress would then take another vote to raise the debt limit before the 2012 election. democrats and the white house have already said there will be no short-term increase. you said that yourself. but speaker boehner just now appeared on fox news sunday and said it had to be two stages. here's what he said. >> there is going to be a two- stage process. it's not physically possible to do all of this in one step. having said that, chris, i know the president's worrie
." captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. welcome to "face the nation" on this fourth of july weekend. governor patrick is in rockport, massachusetts. ohio governor governor john kasich is in massachusetts. republican governor scott walker joins us from his state capital in madison and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa is out at the aspen ideas festival in aspen, colorado. i want to thank all of you for being with us on this holiday weekend. governor kasich, i'm going to start with you. you were a part of that foursome two weeks ago along with the president, speaker boehner, vice president biden. people thought that get-together that bipartisan foursome might begin a sign of cooling off here in washington. but it seems to me that things are worse than ever. what do you think has happened? did somebody get mad at somebody out on the golf course? >> i think it's too early to conclude that, bob. look, i mean the purpose is to get republicans and demo
: and good evening. scott's off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. well, rupert murdoch called it "the most humbling day of his life," and he said he was sorry, but it wasn't his fault and he wasn't resigning. then someone hit him with a cream pie. that about summed up the parliamentary hearing into the police bribery and phone hacking scandal involving one of murdoch's british newspapers. we have two reports tonight from london. first, elizabeth palmer. liz? >> reporter: hello, bob. well, rupert murdoch testified for the very first time today and the eyes of the world were riveted on these hearings. he actually volunteered to answer the government's questions for the very first time since this scandal erupted. the man who runs the world's most powerful media empire today had the world's media running after him. but the crusty combative rupert murdoch of legend was a different man today. his wife, wendy deng at his beck next to his lawyer joel klein and his son james at his side. the murdochs waited exactly 27 seconds to say "sorry." >> this is the most humble day of my life. >> i would like to say
, and that is that he wants a debt ceiling raised all the way through 2012 and his reelection bid. bob? >> schieffer: so, norah, if we're going they have to compromise offered, when would we expect that the president would offer this? >> reporter: well, i think what they want is for the bills to make their way through the house and then you'd see the house and senate leaders come together on some sort of compromise and then the president would have to give up on tax increases and would also perhaps have to give up on whether it's a short-term plan. this is still very difficult, bob. >> schieffer: and nancy cordes up on capitol hill, would you see any chance that what norah has just outlined here, could that pass up there? >> i do see a chance of that, bob, and we're told that democratic leaders and republican leaders quietly behind the scenes are still talking because there's a very real possibility that neither bill that's being put forward will pass and they will have to marry them somehow in time to make that august 2 deadline. >> schieffer: okay. well, keep us posted. thanks to both of you. if there
with bob schieffer. >> caption colorado, llc comments@captioncolorado.com >> schieffer: tonight, the debt vote in jeopardy. in-fighting among republicans puts house speaker john boehner's plan on hold. so what happens next? we'll talk to senator john mccain. how the debt debate affects homeowners. dean reynolds tells us why mortgage rates could skyrocket for millions. a new terror plot against fort hood. bob orr reports a american-born muslim soldier was arrested and admits he was planning an attack. ben tracy on why the cameras that catch you running a red light created a mess in one major city. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. well, republican speaker john boehner's plan to end the debt crisis in grave doubt tonight. conservatives in his own party turned against it and the vote had to be postponed. the house spent most of the afternoon debating the speaker's plan, but just a while ago when it became obvious the votes were not there to pass the measure, the vote was postponed
not want that kind of deal. they say it just kicks this can down the road further. bob. >> schieffer: nora, this was very unusual. as you said for the president to ask for this time in prime time. when did they decide to do this? >> the president's advisors decided this afternoon that it was a good idea for the president to address the american people. this is a last-ditch effort by the president to use a huge audience in prime time television to try and seek their political goal and their policy goal of a bigger compromise and to try and get the people to sort of call in to capitol hill and try and get something done soon and avert disaster. >> schieffer: let's go up to the other end of pennsylvania avenue now. nancy cordes is at the capitol with that part of the story. nancy. >> bob, good evening. what's prompting all this drama is the fact that talks between democrats and republicans here on capitol hill broke down yesterday. so now the two sides are moving to plan-c, pitting two bills against each other to see which one wins. house speaker john boehner and senate majority harry reid pr
: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. the fallout from washington's inability to find a solution to the budget crisis and raise the debt limit has, apparently, begun. on wall street, the stock market was down for the third day in a row. the dow fell more than 198 point today. for the week, it's down nearly 400 points, and it has lost close to $105 billion in value. some of the bond rating services are now saying that even if congress does reach an agreement on a budget plan, it may be too late to avoid lowering the rating on some american securities. we have three reports tonight on that and what it means for small business and your credit card. and we start with anthony mason. anthony. >> reporter: bob, america's credit rating has never fallen below triple "a," but with washington looking increasingly dysfunctional, economists now see the threat of a downgrade as high and rising. >> do you honestly believe that the united states could default on its debt? >> reporter: in washington today, the head of standard & poors, told congress his rating agency is worried about m
. >> schieffer: good evening. scott is off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. the house finally passed the republican plan to raise the debt limit tonight, but that's just one step, and the days are now dwindling down to a precious few. here's how it looks tonight. as of today, the government has less than $39 billion on hand to pay its bills. by tuesday, it will be less than $26 billion; by wednesday, less than $15 billion. but here's where the crunch comes: on wednesday, the government will owe $23 billion to social security recipients. we've got a team of correspondents on this important story tonight, and we're going to start at the capitol with nancy cordes. nancy? >> reporter: bob, the bill narrowly passed a short time ago by a vote of 218-210 with no democrats voting yes. and in truth, the negotiations towards a final compromise really couldn't resume until this vote had passed and conservative republicans had had their say. so tonight even democrats are relieved that this vote is behind them. >> all those in favor signify so by saying aye. >> aye. >> those opposed no. >>no. >> reporter: after
. bob? >> schieffer: thank you very much, liz. the overriding question, of course, at today's hearing went unanswered. can murdoch maintain control of this worldwide empire that is now valued at $42 billion? anthony mason now with more on that. >> reporter: rupert murdoch has used his vast media empire to gain access to the world's most powerful leaders and to influence the election of presidents and prime ministers. >> rupert murdoch, you said earlier on that you have had frequent meetings with prime ministers during your career. in the period after the arrest... >> i wish they'd leave me alone. (laughter). >> reporter: murdoch joked about it today but they may want to leave him alone now. is rupert murdoch damaged? >> i think rupert murdoch's been hugely damaged by this. >> reporter: charlie beckett of the london school of economics says murdoch's image as an all-conquering media tycoon has been undercut by questions. >> why didn't he know? why didn't he do something about it? who's if charge of news corporation? >> reporter: rupert murdoch built the news corporation from a single f
pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. the tabloid phone hacking and police bribery scandal in great britain is growing wider, deeper and more mysterious by the minute. the prime minister cut short an overseas trip to return home. he will address parliament about it. the original whistle-blower was found dead, unexplained causes so far. the top man in scotland yard resigned yesterday and today the yard's number-two man was forced out. elizabeth palmer has our report. >> reporter: ever since that scandal exploded john yates, head of scotland yard's anti- terrorism unit has been a marked man. he decided in 2009 not to reopen a police investigation into illegal phone hacking at the "news of the world" even though for four years several large bags of evidence had been sitting, ignored, in a police lockup. inside, the names of four thousand people who it turned out may have had their phone tapped. today yates quit, but not quietly. >> i have acted with complete integrity, and my conscience is clear. >> reporter: but at this point, that's not enough. pub
schieffer. and now from cbs news in washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again, senator durbin is in springfield, illnois this morning, senator coburn is in muskogee, oklahoma, senator rubio will be along later in the broadcast, gentlemen welcome to all of you. well, the administration says unless something gets done by august 2nd, the nation will slide into default and the term backed by the full, faith and credit of the united states, the best guarantee the world has ever known won't mean what it used to mean. and who knows what impact that will have on not just our economy, but economies around the world. so we will stipulate everyone hopes that it won't happen, but senator durbin, have you seen any hope that a deal can be made to avert that? the president said he was giving everybody 36 hours to come up with something, i think 36 hours is up. >> listen, the president has done his job, he called us together and had six separate meetings and put about 12 hours of his time in this week listening patiently to both sides discuss this. and he told us when we left
: good evening, scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. well, republican speaker john boehner's plan to end the debt crisis in grave doubt tonight. conservatives in his own party turned against it and the vote had to be postponed. the house spent most of the afternoon debating the speaker's plan, but just a while ago when it became obvious the votes were not there to pass the measure, the vote was postponed and the house took up legislation to name post offices around the country. nancy cordes is at the capitol tonight. nancy, i don't know what to ask you now except what happens next. >> reporter: well, bob, this just shows the perils for either party trying to go it alone without compromising here. speaker boehner does not have any democratic support for this bill, so that means he can only afford to lose about two dozen republican house members and there are more than that tonight who are angry that his bill didn't cut deeper. just half an hour before the vote was due to take place, republican leaders postponed it, worried they did not have the votes. >> the bill's not perfect. i n
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taking center stage because of a lack of alternatives, bob. >> schieffer: thank you very much, nancy. nancy cordes at the capitol. you can write the headline for the nation's weather in the mid-section today in one word: hot. the mercury climbed to 90 degrees or higher in 40 states and the humidity made it feel even worse. more than a thousand high temperature records have been broken across the united states this month. maya rodriguez is in east texas where there is still no relief in sight. >> normally this time of year the peach would be ripe and it would be that big. >> reporter: at ham orchards in carroll, texas, the signs of drought on this peach farm are obvious. >> they're beginning to stress, these young trees are, with these yellow leaves, inside the tree. >> reporter: dale ham has been a peach farmer for 32 years. has the drought cost you any none? >> yes. a lot. we're having to water 24 hours a day and it's costing us money in fuel, in electricity. >> reporter: he's not alone. severe drought conditions are spread across 14 states. in texas, the period from february to jun
" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and the secretary of the treasury is in the studio with us this morning. welcome, mr. secretary. the big news overnight, of course, the president and the speaker of the house john boehner were talking last week about what the president called a "grand bargain," a budget plan to save $4 trillion in government spending over the next ten years. last night, though, the speaker said that's not going to be possible without raising taxes, so he said they'd have to work on a smaller plan. so i guess i'm going to ask you to help us out here. does this make it more or less likely that there will be some kind of deal, because if there's no deal, as you know, the republicans say they won't raise the debt ceiling which must be done to keep the government from defaulting on its debt. so, what happens? >> there has to be a deal, bob. the leadership and the congressmen understand that. the speaker understands that. republicans and democrats understand that. failure is not an option. th
, the threat at fort hood was stopped. >> schieffer: all right, thank you so much, bob. the taliban has declared open season on politicians in afghanistan. 70,000 workers are furloughed because congress can't agree on funding for a federal agency. and why traffic cameras have caused so much trouble in los angeles when the cbs news continues. [ male announcer ] it has an hd webcam, killer audio, and lids that switch to start every semester fresh. but mostly it helps me try new moves on and off the court. ♪ [ male announcer ] powered by the 2nd gen intel core processor family. not just smart. visibly smart. get an inspiron 15r with 6 gig memory and 640 gig hard drive for $599.99 at dell.com. ♪ [ cat meows ] ♪ [ whistles ] ♪ [ cat meows ] ♪ [ ting! ] [ male announcer ] travelers can help you protect the things you care about and save money with multi-policy discounts. are you getting the coverage you need and the discounts you deserve? for an agent or quote, call 800-my-coverage or visit travelers.com. discover customersl are getting five percent cashback bonus at the pump... and
evening, scott's off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. well, it is hot all right, and you know that. but here's how hot. if tomorrow lives up to predictions, we'll experience the hottest two-day stretch since 1950. half the population of the united states was under a heat advisory today. oklahoma city recorded its 29th day of 100 degree plus weather. nationwide, at least 22 people are dead. in iowa, 100 head of cattle died in their tracks. a local fire department hosed down the rest of the herd and saved them. we start with dean reynolds in chicago, where it was more than the heat. it was also the pollution. dean? >> reporter: bob, a consequence of this hot weather can be found at one chicago hospital emergency room, where visits are suddenly up 20%, and where doctors say it's because of the heat. the nation's weather today is worse than hot, it's potentially lethal. with 30 states and the district of columbia under heat advisories, watches or warnings, the death toll is expected to rise. meteorologist mike augustyniac explains. >> heat waves by far on average each year kill more people than
correspondent bob schieffer. and now from cbs news in washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning again and welcome to "face the nation." well, here's what it looks like is taking shape, a deal that would extend the debt limit through 2012 and would cut up to $3 trillion in spending over the next ten years. first wave of cuts would total $1 trillion and a bipartisan, super congressional committee would have to determine the additional cuts by thanksgiving of this year, or if they could not agree, congress... and congress does not act, there would be automatic cuts to defense spending and entitlements. senator mitch mcconnell who has emerged as the key player in this deal is here with us in the studio this morning. senator, thank you so much for joining us. so how close are you? >> well, i think we're very close, bob, to being in a position where i can recommend to my members this is something i hope they will support. we've come a long way since april. back in april the president was asking us to raise the debt ceiling with no spending reductions at all. now i think the potential
, and bob schieffer on the countdown to d-day. the alleged tactics of rupert murdoch's newspaper may now include stealing the medical records of britain's first family. liz palmer has the latest. u.s. troops are being cheated out of their money. armen keteyian's investigation shows us that it's happening on their own posts. and passing the wand. michelle miller on "harry potter" fans taking the magic into the future. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, with the car heading for a cliff, republicans and democrats are arguing about whether to turn left or turn right and they are fast running out of road. a deal to raise the government's borrowing limit will have to be done soon or the u.s. will ident and congressionalpr leaders met again this afternoon. the hangup is whether the deal will include tax increases as the democrats insist, or only spending cuts as republicans demand. we have three reports tonight on the deadline to default. first, chip reid at the white house where the president had a news conference today. >> re
get a break, he though. len ramirez, thank you. >>> of course bob schieffer will have much more on the debt debate on the cbs evening news coming up at 5:30. of course, that's followed by cbs 5 eyewitness news at 6:00. >>> he is described as a man who went out of his way to help anyone in need. this afternoon a memorial for a marin county sheriff's deputy killed while trying to resolve a friend's domestic dispute. a dozen motorcycle officers led the procession to the marin veterans memorial auditorium. jim mathiesen was shot and killed 10 days ago. he was unarmed and off duty when he tried break up a fight between a friend's daughter and her, boyfriend. police say the ex-boyfriend shot mathiesen. fellow officers say mathiesen's willingness to help was part of his character. >> jim was very generous, very kind hearted. he is the type of guy that would just do anything for you. many people were surprised that -- they really didn't center to ask in order to get help from jim. >> if you needed anything he was the guy that would do it for you. if you needed a fence built, he built it
dramatic video of a waterspout churning up one of the great lakes. >>> first though, bob schieffer has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >> the debt limit debate is in heated standoff but we'll show you how some congressmen who are pushing for spending cuts are still putting millions of your tax dollars toward their own expensive pet projects. that story tonight on the "cbs evening news." i love that my daughter's part fish. but when she got asthma, all i could do was worry ! specialists, lots of doctors, lots of advice... and my hands were full. i couldn't sort through it all. with unitedhealthcare, it's different. we have access to great specialists, and our pediatrician gets all the information. everyone works as a team. and i only need to talk to one person about her care. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. music(lyrics): ♪ whatever i have i'd love to give it to you. i can surely make do with less than two. and that's how sharing works. cause sharing means caring. and caring means sharing. and s
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